Coronavirus: Active cases exceed 12.64 thousand and severe shortages of oxygen and treatments

Coronavirus: Active cases exceed 12.64 thousand and severe shortages of oxygen and treatments

The second wave of the uncontrolled Coronavirus continues to wreak havoc in the country. Despite all the restrictions, the situation has become very frightening in several states including Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Delhi. The chart of active cases in the country rose sharply to over 12.64 lakh. On the other hand, in many states, there was an acute shortage of hospital beds, oxygen, and treatments.

Maharashtra’s health minister has given indications of the lockdown

There has been a steady increase in coronavirus cases in the country. In light of the deterioration of the Corona situation in Maharashtra, the state government is considering a lockdown. State Health Minister Rajesh Tope asked people to mentally prepare for the lockdown.

36 new patients were found in Mizoram

During the past 24 hours in Mizoram, 36 new cases of coronavirus were reported. Thus, the total number of injured has now reached 4,655, of whom 175 are active cases, 4,468 have been discharged, and 12 deaths.

Issued guidelines for weddings in Uttarakhand

In light of the increase in coronavirus cases in Uttarakhand, guidelines have been issued for weddings. According to the guideline, a maximum of 200 people will be allowed to attend weddings outside the containment area. During this time it will be necessary to follow Kovid’s rules.

Kerala Call Center, Vaccine must be available soon

Kerala Chief Minister Pinaray Vijayan wrote a letter to Federal Minister of Health Harsh Vardan requesting that 50 doses of Covid vaccine be made available in Kerala immediately.

The second wave of the uncontrolled Coronavirus continues to wreak havoc in the country. Despite all the restrictions, the situation has become very frightening in several states including Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Delhi. The chart of active cases in the country rose sharply to over 12.64 lakh. On the other hand, in many states there was an acute shortage of hospital beds, oxygen, and treatments.

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